|Palmour Street - Southern Educational Film Production Service|
Everyday aspects of mental health in an African American community in Gainesville, Georgia.
Keywords: African Americans; Children; Psychology
Downloads: 11,392 (8 reviews)
|Negro Colleges in Wartime - U.S. Office of War Information, Bureau of Motion Pictures|
Education and training of African Americans as part of the World War II effort.
Keywords: World War II: African Americans; Colleges and universities; African Americans
Downloads: 8,127 (4 reviews)
|We Work Again - Pathe News (?)|
How the New Deal benefits African Americans.
Keywords: New Deal: WPA; African Americans
Downloads: 6,944 (4 reviews)
|Integration Report I - Andover Productions|
Documentary showing the civil rights movement in 1959 and 1960: sit-ins, marches, boycotts and rallies in Montgomery, Ala., Brooklyn, N.Y., and Washington, D.C. Directed by Madeline Anderson.
Keywords: African Americans; Social issues; Racism
Downloads: 18,830 (5 reviews)
|Teddy - University of California at Los Angeles, Extension Media Center|
Presents the experiences of a teenage African American, who relates his views of the System, war, revolution, the Watts community of Los Angeles, the Black Panther Party and the police. The importance of the discussion is the necessity of being one's own self. Director: Richard Wells. Editor: Andrew Stein. Photographer: Robert Grant. Sound: Wendell Handy. Assistant Camera: Clifford Stewart. Production Manager: Edward Kutner...
Keywords: African Americans; Psychology; Los Angeles
Downloads: 11,862 (2 reviews)
|Lost Landscapes of Detroit 2 (2011) - Rick Prelinger|
Compilation of historical footage showing life, labor and landscape in Detroit, Michigan (1919-1970s). First shown at Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD) on November 3, 2011.
Keywords: Detroit; Michigan; archival footage; landscape; cultural geography; labor; African Americans
Downloads: 4,623 (2 reviews)
|Plantation System in Southern Life, The - Coronet Instructional Films|
Eurocentric view of the plantation system and its effect on Southern U.S. culture.
Keywords: Race relations; Ethnography: U.S.: South; African Americans
Downloads: 16,223 (7 reviews)
|Henry Browne, Farmer - U.S. Department of Agriculture|
Daily life of a patriotic African American farmer in Georgia during World War II.
Keywords: World War II: African Americans; Agriculture: Farms and farming; Georgia
Downloads: 6,496 (2 reviews)
|Home Movies: Can 11272: Detroit, Michigan 200th Anniversary Celebration Parade, 1951|
Home movies shot at the parade celebrating the city of Detroit, Michigan's 200th anniversary, 1951. Begins with brief shot of the boxer Joe Louis riding in convertible, and pictures many marching bands, associations, groups and thematic floats.
Keywords: Home movies; Detroit; parades; African Americans; bands; community organizations
Downloads: 322 (1 review)
|Home Movies: Can 11281: Cross-Country Road Trip, Visit to New York City and New York World's Fair, ca. 1964-65|
Home movies shot by an African American family on their road trip to New York City and the New York World's Fair, ca. 1964-65. Includes street scenes of New York City, motels and houses of friends, and scenes shot at the Fair.
Keywords: Home movies; Roadtrips; Families; New York World's Fair (1964-65); African Americans; New York City
Downloads: 931 (1 review)
|Home Movies: Can 11279: Omega Psi Phi Grand Conclave, Detroit, Michigan, December 27-30, 1965|
Home movie from the 50th Grand Conclave of the predominantly African American fraternity Omega Psi Phi, shot in and around the Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel, Detroit, Michigan, December 27-30, 1965. Shows crowds outside hotel gathering for a group picture, social activity, basketball player Wilt Chamberlain arriving at hotel, members eating in diner, and evening social activity inside hotel (interior footage shot in black and white).
Keywords: Home movies; Detroit; African Americans; Fraternities; Omega Psi Phi; Wilt Chamberlain; restaurants
Downloads: 1,031 (1 review)